LaBelle Winery

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Summer weather has finally arrived, and we're celebrating it to the fullest. The Summer Music Series has begun, our hours are expanded, and later this month, our Summer Cocktails will be released! Read on, and find out all the great ways we're making Summer a little more delicious.

LaBelle Winery Summer Music Series

LaBelle Winery Summer Music Series

Every Thursday night all summer long, we'll have live music on the Terrace or in the Tasting Room from 6 - 9pm.  You won't want to miss a single one! 

Read online for the full line up of musical acts.

Father's Day Clambake!

On June 16, reward Dad with a man-sized feast on The Terrace! The menu includes Steamers & PEI Mussels, Maine Lobsters, Seafood Chowder & Grilled Steak with Roasted Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Watermelon & Strawberry Shortcake for dessert.

Featuring Live Music with Jason Latham’s “Fool and a Stool Show”!

Adults, $55. Children 4-12, $20. Children under 4 eat free. Please call the Tasting Room, (603) 672-9898 ext. 1 to make a reservation!

Enjoy Your Breakfast on the Terrace

Enjoy Your Breakfast on the Terrace

Join us Sundays for your morning coffee or a mimosa and our delicious breakfast fare. The Terrace overlooks the beautiful Pedroso & Arboleda vineyards.

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Recent Happenings at the Winery:

Baby Grapes!

Baby Grapes!

Out in the vineyard, nestled within the new leaves & vine growth, are tiny clumps of baby grapes. But what's in store for them?

Read online to find out more.

Nashua hosts Small Business Awards, recognizes Labelle Winery of Amherst

excerpt from the Nashua Telegraph:

NASHUA – The Gate City hosted the U.S. Small Business Administration’s “Small Business Awards” on Wednesday evening, where the group named Amy Labelle, of Labelle Winery in Amherst, as the “Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year.

Read the Full Article Here!

Our New Winery Garden Boxes!

Our New Winery Garden Boxes!

Standing beside the Pedroso Vineyard just beyond the Vintage Room Terrace, these handsome garden boxes will soon be filled & planted with an array of herbs & vegetables. "We are a farm winery, and there was always meant to be an herb & vegetable garden here," says winemaker Amy LaBelle.

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Vineyard at home? Face the cold facts of growing grapes in NH

Amy LaBelle was recently quoted in a Union Leader article about growing grapes in New Hampshire!

Click here to read what Amy said.